Thursday, June 2, 2011

~industrial meets equestrian~

I've painted this sign before but thought it would be fun to do a different take on it and make one into a table. I paired the hand painted table top with an industrial metal base that has an adjustable height, the top will spin, {think lazy suzan} and the table rolls on fabulous vintage casters, but locks to secure in place as well!
 I just brought it into Ruffles and Rust Square if you'd like to see it in person.
 I will also be stocking my space for all of you not traveling to Farm Chicks.
 You local friends will have plenty to pick through at Ruffles and Rust!
Come say hi!
xoxo

11 comments:

cityfarmer said...

I'd rather shop you any day than farmchicks ... I can't shop with all that frenzy

Little Leslie said...

Love the pairing of industrial and distressed painting.
Fabulous!

The Primitive Skate said...

Love the table. It's awesome!

Fabiana said...

The table looks fabulous and unexpected! Great idea...ciao...

www.ciaonewportbeach.blogspot.com

TheCrankyCrow said...

LOVE that table!! Wish you were within shopping distance for me! Smiles ~ Robin

Lynda @ Happenstance Home said...

Just beautiful. I really like that base!

The enchanted home said...

Gorgeous...love the industrial edge to an old classic. Beautiful!

Miss Hannah B. said...

Love all of your signs and to make it into a table-Fabulous! You make everything you do look sooo easy. Thanks for sharing

Fiona said...

hi Melanie - looks fabulous. that sign suits the table perfectly. love it
cheers Fiona
www.lilyfieldlife.blogspot.com

www.StarHughes.com said...

Love the table!! That looks amazing! And such a great design!
Star Hughes Living

Anonymous said...

Is this the part where Ethan Allen sues YOU for copying THEIR design?...Yea, I didn't think so..and to know you made such a big deal about Pottery Barn replicating the "guest cottage" sign you made "first". hahaha

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